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Why using an Egyptian Loofah will increase your sales:

There are two main types of Luffa ( Loofah ) planted world wide

Luffa aegyptiaca
Egyptian Luffa

Luffa acutangula
Asian Luffa

Richer in fibers, feels fluffy and spongy.

Poor in fibers, flat, rigid and rough.

No ridges along it's sides. It doesn't split open.

It's longitudinal ridges makes it split after few uses.

But also, thinking about it :

Where can you get a better Luffa aegyptiaca than from Egypt ?

These people used Luffa aegyptiaca all their lives
Pharaoh of Egypt
1473-1458 B.C
The fifth ruler of the 18th Dynasty, daughter of Thutmose I and Queen Ahmose. As was common in royal families, she married her half-brother, Thutmose II, who had a son, Thutmose III, by a minor wife. appointed heir after her husband's death  in 1479 B.C. due to the boy's young age. They ruled jointly until 1473 when she declared herself pharaoh.
Hatshepsut disappeared in 1458 B.C. when Thutmose III, wishing to reclaim the throne, led a revolt.
Goddess and last queen of Egypt
69-30 BC
Celebrated for her love affairs with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. For her actual beauty, it is said, was not in itself so remarkable that none compared with her, or that no one could see her without being struck by it, but the contact of her presence, if you lived with her, was irresistable; the attraction of her person...and the character that attended all she said or did, was something bewitching.
Queen of Egypt
1380-1362 BC

The queen-consort of the controversial Egyptian king AKHENATEN of the 18th dynasty. AKHENATEN was the first monotheist in history. She appears to have lost favor with her husband after the 14th year of his reign. Her daughter, Ankhesenpaaten, later became the wife of Tutankhamen.

One of the most popular goddesses of Egypt. The divine queen and mother of the heavens, both sister and wife to Osiris and mother of Horus. She was the protector and mother figure of the pharaohs and the protector of women, children and sailors.
After Osiris was killed she brought him back to life so he could impregnate her with their son Horus. Since the pharaoh was the living Horus, Isis was a link between the gods and man. 
She was associated with life, the winds, the heavens, beer, abundance, magic, and more.

Luffa aegyptiaca has been grown and used for skin care in Egypt for thousands of years. From Luffa Aegyptiaca we created  our  bath and skin care products.

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